CNR and Highway No2, Riverside Heights, Ontario

CNR and Highway No. 2 | N 44.55.39 W 75.07.63 | Riverside Heights, Ontario, Canada




The old Canadian National Railway (CNR) line (top) and Kings Highway No. 2 remain connected by a level crossing road, perpendicular to both. The larger set of remains on the left was a church; the tree stumps of large oak and maple deciduous trees are clearly visible. This area is just off-shore of Riverside Cedar Campground part of a network of St Lawrence Parks Commission parks and public facilities erected on the new shoreline on what had previously been private land well away from the water.


CNR and Highway No2, Riverside Heights, Ontario

CNR and Highway No. 2 | N 44.55.39 W 75.07.63 | Riverside Heights, Ontario, Canada




The old Canadian National Railway (CNR) line (top) and Kings Highway No. 2 remain connected by a level crossing road, perpendicular to both. The larger set of remains on the left was a church; the tree stumps of large oak and maple deciduous trees are clearly visible. This area is just off-shore of Riverside Cedar Campground part of a network of St Lawrence Parks Commission parks and public facilities erected on the new shoreline on what had previously been private land well away from the water.